On July 24, Dunamaggin will play host to the Husqvarna Dunagmaggin Ride On Mower Guinness World Record Attempt. Seats are been taken up fast so make sure you have your place for the Ride On Mower Guinness World Record Attempt. The be in the Guinness World Record book, 1000 Ride On Mowers need to be cutting grass at the same time in the same field on the day. The event will also raise funds for the Camphill Community, Ballytobin and Dunamaggin GAA facilities. Log onto www.rideonmowerworldrecordattempt.com to get you and your Ride on mower in the Guinness World Records.
As the main sponsor Husqvarna is giving away a Husqvarna Sportsfield Mower €6,000 to one lucky club who enters in the record attempt and sells 10 tickets to the event, along with number of other gardening prizes, with a 1st prize of a ride on mower value of €3,300, for everyone who enters the Guinness World Record™ attempt.
The attempt itself will be the main event on the day, which also has activities for all the family to enjoy, from family fun carnival stalls, trade stands, food stalls to live music and entertainment. Tickets for this fun filled day are €50 per ride on mower for the Guinness World Record™ attempt, E5 for non-participants and under 10s go free.
Whether you are a gardener or if you are a professional using chainsaws, rider mowers, trimmers daily, Husqvarna equipment is the way forward and will give any job that extra cutting edge. If any sports club is interested in taking part in the Dunamaggin Guinness World Record™ Ride On Mower attempt please log on to: www.rideonmowerworldrecordattempt.com or visit their Facebook page GAA Dunamaggin World Record Attempt or call 086 7847002.
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